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Naiwan ko yatang bukas ang ilaw sa garahe.

Tagalog example sentence for Naiwan


Example sentence for the Tagalog word maiwan, meaning: [verb] to be left out (AF); to be left behind (AF); to be able to leave something behind (OF).

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Naiwan ko yatang bukás ang ilaw sa garahe
I think I left the light on in the garage.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Naiwan ko yatang bukas ang ilaw sa garahe.
Naiwan ko yatang bukás ang ilaw sa garahe .
left I I think on the light in garage
I think I left the light on in the garage.

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